“In a dark, dark forest, there lived a creature who was covered in spikes. His name was Spiky….He was spiky, he was bad, and he
I finally got a chance to read Thank You, Omu, by Oge More and can see what all of the fuss has been about. Between
February is Black History Month. I’m not always great at putting together lists, but this is a topic that always feel like it deserves one.
Poverty and Homelessness in children’s literature #ReadYourWorld
Why would a kind giant who helps out a village not want to be seen? “Because people are scared of things that are different. And
This past week was Banned Book Week. I’m always amazed when I think about the volume of books that get challenged and banned. I can